Interview with Nick Mamatas: "If writing can do anything—and it can—why not do everything all at once?"

Nick Mamatas is the author of several novels, including Bullettime and the forthcoming Love is the Law. His short fiction has appeared, or soon will, in Asimov’s Science Fiction, Weird Tales,, and the anthologies Lovecraft’s Monsters and Best American Mystery Stories. An excerpt of his debut novel, Move Under Ground, is available on site this week […]

The Story Until Now by Kit Reed

Back in March, Wesleyan University Press published The Story Until Now: A Great Big Book of Stories, a collection of Kit Reed’s best short fiction, ranging chronologically from 1958 to 2013. These stories serve as a fitting testament to Reed’s abilities over the course of her career. Her work isn’t difficult to classify, but that’s primarily because she […]

The Flesh Made Weird: The Zombie Bible on

This week on, we’re featuring Strangers in the Land, the most recent installment in the Zombie Bible series written by Stant Litore, published by 47North. Other books in the series include Death Has Come Up Into Our Windows and What Our Eyes Have Witnessed, all of which are available in trade paperback and e‑book […]

The Alluring Art of Margaret Brundage

To put it simply, Margaret Brundage is a legend. Her sensual, transgressive covers for Weird Tales are among the most memorable of the pulp era, and through them she set a new standard for pulp art. Her work was sui generis in its time and still very much feels that way, possessing an intangible spirit of the […]

Interview with Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Orrin Grey

Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s stories have appeared in Imaginarium 2012: The Best Canadian Speculative Writing, The Book of Cthulhu, Bull Spec and a number of other publications. In 2011, Silvia won the Carter V. Cooper Memorial Prize sponsored by Gloria Vanderbilt and Exile Quarterly. Silvia was also a finalist for that year’s Manchester Fiction Prize. She has co-edited the […]